Calling all tax pros, thought leaders and innovators: We’re thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity for you to shape the future of the tax industry! The National Association of Tax Professionals is now accepting speaker proposals for the industry’s premier event, Taxposium 2024.
Why speak at Taxposium 2024?
Taxposium is a beacon for tax professionals seeking the latest insights, best practices and innovative strategies. By joining our distinguished lineup of speakers, you have the chance to share your expertise, elevate your profile and contribute to the advancement of our dynamic industry.
Speakers receive a complimentary conference pass, as well as travel and lodging. Those selected will be notified in early 2024. Materials are due May 31, 2024.
What we’re looking for:
Cutting-edge tax strategies: Do you have groundbreaking insights into navigating the complexities of the current tax landscape? We want to hear about it!
Regulatory updates and compliance: Stay ahead of the curve by providing valuable insights into the latest regulatory changes and their implications for tax professionals and businesses.
Technology and automation: Showcase how technology and automation can revolutionize tax practices, offering practical solutions for enhanced efficiency and accuracy.
Professional development: Share your knowledge on continuous professional development, offering skill-building workshops and career advancement insights.
Diversity and inclusion in tax: Contribute to the conversation about promoting diversity and inclusion within the tax profession. Share successful case studies and best practices.
How to submit your proposal:
Ready to be part of Taxposium 2024? Submit your proposal by Dec. 4, 2023.
Join us on this exciting journey:
NATP is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive speaker lineup that reflects the richness of perspectives within the tax community. We can’t wait to share this magical experience and contribute to the success of Taxposium 2024 in Orlando, July 22-24, at the Walt Disney World Dolphin.
Information included in this article is accurate as of the publish date. This post is not reflective of tax law changes or IRS guidance that may have occurred after the date of publishing. All taxpayer circumstances are different, and NATP recommends contacting research services if you have specific questions about your clients’ tax situations.